Ohio National Guard Safety Office

The mission of the Safety Office is to preserve the resources of the OHARNG by ultimately eliminating losses
due to injury or illness to personnel or damage to equipment, through the prevention of accidents.


Contact Information


LTC. Edward Mikula
Safety Manager
edward.l.mikula.mil@mail.mil
614-336-7292
CW3 Annet Hix
Safety Specialist
annet.l.hix.mil@mail.mil
614-336-7448
Spc. Michael Good
Administrative Assistant
michael.j.good.20.mil@mail.mil
614-336-7033
 

Safety Newsletters
January 2014

Safety Publications and Forms


National Guard Regulations  
NGR 385-10 Army National Guard Safety Program 12 Setpember 2008
NGR 385-63 Army National Guard Range Safety Program, Policy, and Standards 08 June 2007
NGR 385-64 Army National Guard Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards 14 December 2007

Army Regulations
AR385_10.pdf The Army Safety Program 27 November 2013

DA PAMs
DA PAM 385-1 Small Unit Safety Officer/NCO Guide 23 May 2013
DA PAM 385-10 Army Safety Program 19 January 2010
DA PAM 385-16 System Safety Management Guide 13 August 2013
DA PAM 385-24 The Army Radiation Safety Program 22 September 2011
DA PAM 385-30 Mishap Risk Management 01 February 2010
DA PAM 385-40 Army Accident Investigation and Reporting 25 February 2010
DA PAM 385-61 Toxical Chemical Agent Safety Standards 13 November 2012
DA PAM 385-63 Range Safety 30 January 2012
DA PAM 385-64 Army National Guard Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards 14 December 2007
DA PAM 385-65 Explosive and Chemical Site Plan Development and Submission 20 July 2009
DA PAM 385-69 Safety Standards for Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories 08 February 2013
DA PAM 385-80 Hospital/Medical Facility Safety Management 04 September 2007
DA PAM 385-90 Army Aviation Accident Prevention Program 24 February 2010

Department of Army MEMOs
DA Memo 385-3 HQDA MACOM Safety Program 07 June 2001

Links of Interest


OHARNG AKO Safety
secure website
Knowledge center for Soldiers to access information such as internal guidance, poilicies and procedures.

The United States Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center (USACRC) Supports our Army by collecting, storing, analyzing and disseminating actionable information to assist Leaders, Soldiers, Families and Civilians in preserving/protecting our Army’s combat resources

GRAT - Ground Risk Assessment Tool Ground Risk Assessment Tool (GRAT) was developed to augment the Composite Risk Management (CRM) planning and decision-making process. It assists in the identification, assessment and control of hazards associated with specified missions or tasks.  Consisting of five integral parts, it provides the user with an automated CRM worksheet (DA Form 7566) that can be updated, saved and emailed.

DTMS - Digital Training Management System Website where you can input and view safety training completion, i.e (additional duty safety officer course, commanders safety course, accident avoidance course.

Consumer Safety website The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from thousands of types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction. The CPSC is committed to protecting consumers and families from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard or can injure children. The CPSC's work to ensure the safety of consumer products - such as toys, cribs, power tools, cigarette lighters, and household chemicals - contributed significantly to the 30 percent decline in the rate of deaths and injuries associated with consumer products over the past 30 years.

Motorcycle Ohio Website where you can sign up for motorcycles safety courses

SOUMS Safety of Use Messages.
Environment Policy Ohio Army National Environmental Policy Statement (June 30, 2011)